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Bonnie's have i Pennsylvania

Violets and marsh marigolds jumped the woodland garden into this bed

 

Photos are from Bonnie Pancoast. Today she says, "When we moved into our home in November of 2004 the only garden beds were foundation plantings. The present gardens began in 2005 with a modest creation of a garden bed adjacent to our driveway and the road. Over the years I've removed poison ivy vines, raspberry canes, and an assortment of weeds to create garden rooms. The beds were originally filled with both divided perennials brought from our old home and store bought annuals.  I must admit I was not expecting the proliferation of plants as annuals reseeded  and perennials jumped their beds. I have come to realize that because of their continued proliference I have been able to increase the area of the gardens without having to continually oversee established beds. Minimal weeding in spring is all that is needed, which leaves time to enjoy the gardens!"

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Echinacea plants transplanted to potting shed bed from self-seeded plants

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Impatiens self-seeded between 'Golden Tiara' hostas in lower garden adjacent to labyrinth

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Maddie sitting in a bed of self-seeded 'Ice' pansies

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Self-seeded larkspur in the flower bed adjacent to driveway and road

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Self-seeded celosia in front garden adjacent to road

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Self-seeded sunflowers by potting shed door

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Portulaca and alyssum in bed in front of home looking north

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Close-up of portulaca flower in rock garden in front of home

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Self-seeded alyssum and brass cranes

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Portulaca, alyssum in flower bed in front of home looking south

 

Bonnies have i Pennsylvania

Self-seeded impatiens in border garden adjacent to the labyrinth



 

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